Sharing COM ports to Windows hosts
peter at vereshagin.org
Fri Sep 14 06:22:22 UTC 2012
2012/09/05 09:06:36 +0700 Victor Sudakov <vas at mpeks.tomsk.su> => To freebsd-questions at freebsd.org :
VS> > Depending on a task I think the most interactive user-friendly solution here is
VS> > a minicom(s) each in its own ssh'ed jail(s).
VS> There is special Windows software for managing Natex MUXes. It works
VS> Solution 2. Using an existing networked FreeBSD box sitting next to
VS> the MUX, it already has COM ports. Advantage: cheap, no additional
ok. no interactivity. But I'm still optimistic about virtualization.
emulators/qemu at the least should be able to run that software and use
com-ports from the master freebsd system at the same time. Then you can you can
use remote access features for workstation access to the software.
VS> doubts ... English is so poor
coffee is your friend (c)
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